Ryan Hansford and his Multispares Torana head to Victoria’s Sandown Park this coming weekend for round 4 of the 2022 Gulf Western Oil Touring Car Masters series.
After a successful round 3 in Townsville where Ryan qualified on pole and won both races, he now heads to Sandown only 2 points behind series leader John Bowe.
The Townsville street track layout certainly suited the nimble Torana’s as they finished in the top 3 places whereas Sandown is a power track and will suit the bigger 6 litre engine Mustang and Camaro’s.
“I’ve never had a great result at Sandown for various reasons, but the Multispares Torana is the fastest it has ever been, so I’m hoping I can finish on the podium this weekend but most importantly finish in front of Bowey.” said Ryan
“While everyone knows it’s a horse power track, we have really improved the power down on the Torana and the re-tuned front shock absorbers worked well over the kerbs in Townsville so that’s also important at Sandown” Ryan added
“The forecast is for some rain, I’m confident we have the Torana working well in all conditions, but there are some strong entries this weekend and the biggest TCM field so far this season.” said Ryan.
With Sandown this weekend and then the Bathurst International in November, the 2022 series will conclude in December around the famous Adelaide street track. The last time TCM raced in Adelaide, Ryan blitzed the weekend so Ryan and the team are quietly confident they have the package to take out the series this year.
This weekends round will be televised live on Stan Sport and Nine so check your local guides. If you miss the live action Nine replay the SpeedSeries the following week several times. Follow the Multispares Racing Facebook page for updates.
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